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OT: invitation to virtual networking event with Rice Engineering students
As also noted this morning on LinkedIn and Facebook, the Rice Center for Engineering Leadership (RCEL) invites business and technology professionals of all types to take part in “LET'S DO LUNCH”, a virtual networking session with Rice engineering students on WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 17 from 12-1 pm Central time.

Modeled on the conversations that might happen over lunch at a professional conference, “LET'S DO LUNCH” is a fast-paced opportunity for students to learn about your company and career, and for you to learn what the students are up to in Rice Engineering. There will be 2-3 rounds of small-group networking, and you’ll interact with different RCEL students each round.

Since its successful launch in 2020, the "Let’s Do Lunch" series has been extremely popular with students and immensely enjoyed by the professionals who participate. To reserve a spot, please sign up on this form:

Thank you to the #RCEL student leadership team for organizing and hosting this valuable and enjoyable event.
11-10-2021 01:36 PM
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